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American author F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896-1940) writes in a notebook on top of a dresser, wearing a bathrobe, 1936 (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images) -

Rejected in 1936, an F. Scott Fitzgerald story is finally published

American author F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896-1940) writes in a notebook on top of a dresser, wearing a bathrobe, 1936 (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images) -

F. Scott Fitzgerald standing with a copy of The Great Gatsby. The Great Gatsby publication date: April 10, 1925

F. Scott Fitzgerald standing with a copy of The Great Gatsby. The Great Gatsby publication date: April 10, 1925

In the late 1930's F. Scott Fitzgerald had a heart attack in Schwab's while buying a pack of cigarettes

In the late 1930's F. Scott Fitzgerald had a heart attack in Schwab's while buying a pack of cigarettes

Zelda and F. Scott Fitzgerald in the south of France, ca. the late twenties. “Fitzgerald never seemed to Gerald and Sara Murphy to be a writer on the same level as Hemingway ... They felt that Hemingway was the important writer, the one who was breaking new ground in prose. I don’t think they had the same feeling about Scott, and as a consequence, the idea that he was writing a novel about them did not fill them with joy.”

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Zelda and F. Scott Fitzgerald in the south of France, ca. the late twenties. “Fitzgerald never seemed to Gerald and Sara Murphy to be a writer on the same level as Hemingway ... They felt that Hemingway was the important writer, the one who was breaking new ground in prose. I don’t think they had the same feeling about Scott, and as a consequence, the idea that he was writing a novel about them did not fill them with joy.”

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